Dr Dylan Campbell

Research Fellow
College of Engineering & Computer Sciences
T: +61 2 6125 3981

Areas of expertise

  • Computer Vision 080104
  • Artificial Intelligence And Image Processing 0801
  • Image Processing 080106
  • Optimisation 010303
  • Pattern Recognition And Data Mining 080109
  • Virtual Reality And Related Simulation 080111
  • Adaptive Agents And Intelligent Robotics 080101
  • Signal Processing 090609
  • Autonomous Vehicles 091303

Research interests

I have broad research interests within computer vision and robotics, including geometric vision and human-centred vision. In particular, I have investigated the problem of geometric sensor data alignment, such as camera localisation, simultaneous localisation and mapping, and structure from motion, and the underlying geometry and optimisation problems. Currently, I am increasingly looking at problems of recognising, modelling, and predicting human actions, poses and human-object interactions with a view to facilitate robot-human interaction as part of an Australian Centre for Robotic Vision project.


I am a Research Fellow of the Australian Centre for Robotic Vision and the College of Engineering and Computer Science of the Australian National University, where I am supervised by Stephen Gould. Previously, I was a PhD student at the Australian National University and Data61/CSIRO, where I worked on geometric vision problems and was supervised by Lars Petersson, Laurent Kneip and Hongdong Li. I was also a research assistant in the Cyber-Physical Systems group of Data61/CSIRO, where I worked on Resource Constrained Vision. Prior to that, I received a BE in Mechatronic Engineering (Hons) from the University of New South Wales.

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